The eldest daughter of Máxima and Guillermo de Holanda takes refuge in the palace after receiving kidnapping threats

The firstborn of the kings maximum y William of Holland he is not having his best days. After receiving threats of attempted kidnapping, Amalia He has had to leave the student residence where he lived since he started university in Amsterdam to seclude himself in the Palace.

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His parents, very concerned about his safety, confirmed this Thursday at a press conference at the end of his state visit to Sweden. In addition, they have lamented the situation in which the 18-year-old heiress finds herself.

“These consequences are very difficult for her. There is no student life like other students have. I am very proud of her and how she continues,” said the queen, while her husband pointed out “it is very hard”.

Last September, local media revealed that both Amalia and the Prime Minister, Mark Ruttehad been placed under heightened security fearing they were targets of the mafia, after their names appeared in messages intercepted by police.

The police then issued an order to the princess to leave Amsterdam and take refuge with her family. Rutte assured that the authorities involved are doing everything possible to guarantee that Amalia is safe and acknowledged being “concerned”.